DOCS Clinic Night at Center for Haitian Studies (CHS)

Established in February 2019, the Center for Haitian Studies (CHS) clinic is one of the five weekly UM student-run clinics situated near the main UM-Jackson campus. Our mission is to provide comprehensive and compassionate care at no cost to the residents of Little Haiti and neighboring Miami communities. At CHS, we offer a range of services, including primary care, cardiology, and women’s health. To qualify for care at CHS, individuals must be uninsured and fall below 200% of the federal poverty line.

The DOCS Night Clinic at CHS has been a beacon of healthcare accessibility since its inception, operating every Monday evening starting at 4:30 pm. We focus on delivering essential healthcare services, such as routine health and laboratory screenings. Our dedicated team conducts physical exams, electrocardiograms, Pap smears, and STI/STD testing, while also providing valuable patient education and counseling.

The collaboration between CHS and DOCS has significantly enhanced healthcare access for the Little Haiti community. Recognizing that work or family-related conflicts may hinder daytime clinic visits, the DOCS Night Clinic ensures that our services are available during evening hours, accommodating a broader range of individuals. Beyond our clinic walls, we actively engage with the community through partnerships at local events. Our goal is to raise awareness about the services offered at CHS, reaching eligible patients who may otherwise be unaware of the resources available to them. Together, we strive to promote the overall well-being of our greater Miami community.

Students, please click here to register for Clinic dates

Every Monday at 4:30 pm
8260 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33138

Resources for volunteers:
If you are a student interested in volunteering at CHS, please email Student and Translator Liaison: Alexandria Hawkins (

If you are a physician interested in volunteering at CHS, please email Professional Liaison: Kylie Roslin (


Project Manager: Jennifer Keenan (

Professional Liaison:  Kylie Roslin (

Logistics and Quality Improvement Coordinator: Anish Reddy (

Patient Relations Coordinator: Jessie Chen (

Patient Relations Coordinator: Kerven Cassion (

Student and Translator Liaison: Alexandria Hawkins (

Public Relations & Patient Education Coordinator:  Sarah Kim (

Public Relations & Patient Education Coordinator: Katherine Ujunwa (

Anyone needing special assistance, please make arrangements by registering your special needs by calling (305) 243-4898 or emailing